Psy/Civ 322 Human – Machine Interactions Spring 2004

Final Project Symposium (v2.0)

Monday, May 10, 2004

WWS Bowl 1

11:30am – 4:00pm

Time

Name

(link to *.ppt)

Title

 (Link to Abstract)

Mentor

(Link to Paper)

Group A

11:30

Bondada, S.

Wong, V.

Gender differences in technology usage at Princeton

Prof. Cooper

11:42

Cory Jerch

 Lizzy Louis

The Princeton University Homepage: Propagating Stereotypes?

Prof. Cooper

11:54

Kate Barber

Melissa Maquilan

Technology Preference by Gender in the Classroom

Prof. Cooper

12:06

Jeff Bullian

Rodrigo Montoya

The Psychology of Online Gambling

Kornhauser & Cooper

12:18

Rick Clark

Yana Krasteva 

Age-Dependent Familiarization with Technology

Prof. Cooper

12:30

Will Osnato

 Matt Worley

Gender Differences and the Use of Office Software

 

Prof. Cooper

12:42

Aaron Ellerbee

Gender Differences With Respect to Cell Phone Usage

 

Prof. Cooper

12:48

Daniel Semaya

Gender in Computer Product Marketing

 

Prof. Cooper

12:54

Katy Milkman

Human – Workout Machine Interaction in Dillon Gym

Prof. Cooper

1:00

 

Evan K. Haas 
Amit Koren
Web-based Book Recommendations

 

Prof. Harman

1:12

Brandon Ashe

 

 

 

Group B

1:30

Peter Fabian

Anthony Thuk

Design of a Personal Decision Assistant for Princeton Students

Prof. Kornhauser

1:42

Simnan Abbas

 

Obstacle Detection using Neural Networks

Prof. Kornhauser

1:48

Ryan Walsh’06

Easing Communications between Humans and Machines

Prof. Kornhauser

1:54

Jian F. Li

 

No Need for Speed: How a Machine Can Teach Humans How to Drive

Prof. Kornhauser

2:00

Christopher Voie

 

The Evolution of Cockpit Design in Airplanes, Trucks and Cars

Prof. Kornhauser

2:06

David Ewert

 

Concepts for a Revolutionary Personal Decision Assistant

Prof. Kornhauser

2:12

Edward Tsui

Sophia Kim

Investigating the relationship between resonant environments and machine performance

Prof. Jahn

2:24

Lucia Bonilla

Carrie Holst

The effect of Martial Arts on the REG Machine

Prof.  Jahn

2:36

Klugman, L.

 Piccinotti, S.

Familiar Faces: The effect of emotional salience on image mixing using ArtREG

Prof. Jahn

2:48

Dan Recht

Should Physics Fear PEAR?

 

Prof. Jahn

2:54

John Langford

The Effects of Race on a REG Machine

 

Prof. Jahn

3:00

Effie Seiberg

Me Talk Good One Day - When Language and Logic Fail to Coincide

Prof. Johnson-Laird

3:06

Chris Wynnyk
 

Computer Creativity

Prof. Johnson-Laird

3:12

James Raftery

False Memory Phenomena

Prof. Johnson-Laird

3:18

Brian L. Ginsberg

Helping musicians be more creative: Designing the next generation of Midi translators.

Prof Johnson-Laird

3:30

Austin Akey

Seamus Abshere

Ontological Classification, is it a more user-friendly?

Prof. Johnson-Laird

3:30

 Nimish Jain

 

 Prof. Cooper